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(15) 1911 - 1915 Smith & Son Confectionery Invoices
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(15) 1911 - 1915 Smith & Son Confectionery Invoices
Confection   Confectionery   Candy   Candies   Chocolate   Gum   Letterhead   Billhead   Invoice   White River Junction   Vermont
The picture shows a representative example of one of the (15) 1911 - 1915 Smith & Son Confectionery Invoices Confectionery Invoices in this lot.

They all look like the one pictured. In this lot there are:

(2) from 1911
(4) from 1912
(2) from 1913
(6) from 1914
(1) from 1915

They each have the image of a package of SMITH'S HANOVER CRACKERS and a fancy trade mark logo. Each is typed and they have hand written figures, notes, signatures, initials, etc.. Listed on these is a wide variety of (too many to list) Candy, Candy Bars, Candies, Confections, Nuts, Marshmallows, Popcorn, Crackers, Biscuits, and more with prices.

This was a White River Junction, Vermont Jobber business and Manufacturer that supplied the above mentioned items from many manufacturers. Some of the print in the letterhead reads:

Smith & Son
Cracker & Confectionery
The Largest Cracker & Cany Factory In Northern New England.
Robt. E. Smith.

These all measure 8-1/2" x 9". They are in very good condition with stamps, writing, folds from mailing, and general overall wear similar to the example pictured. They have punched holes for use in a binder.

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(15) 1911 - 1915 Smith & Son Confectionery Invoices

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